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VW subsidiary Electrify America to install 2,800 charging stations across the US by June 2019

Volkswagen subsidiary Electrify America LLC announced today that it will install more than 2,800 workplace and residential charging stations by June 2019 in 17 of the biggest metropolitan areas in the United States. The initiative is part of Electrify America’s $2 billion investment in electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure and education in the United States over…

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INFINITI, Nissans premium luxury brand, will feature electrified powertrains from 2021

INFINITI Motor Company will introduce new vehicles with electrified powertrains from 2021, said Nissan Chief Executive Officer Hiroto Saikawa, at the Automotive News World Congress in Detroit today. Customers can expect beautifully-designed vehicles, like the Q Inspiration concept that was shown in Detroit, with a whole new level of electrified driving performance as an evolution…

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Nissan Leaf, the world’s best-selling electric vehicle, awarded “2018 FIPA Green Car Of The Year”

The Nissan LEAF, the brand’s 100 per cent electric vehicle and global sales leader in the segment, was awarded the “2018 FIPA Green Car of the Year” in Detroit, from the Inter-American Federation of Automobile Journalists (FIPA). The New Nissan LEAF scored the highest result among nine other candidates. During the 2018 North American International…

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Jaguar Racing announce Michelin as a Jaguar i-Pace e-Trophy partner and official tyre supplier

Jaguar Racing has announced its first Jaguar I-PACE eTROPHY partner, with Michelin joining as Official Tyre Supplier ahead of the series debut season later in the year. During an on-stage appearance at Autosport International, Jaguar Racing Team Director James Barclay revealed that leading motorsport tyre supplier Michelin will provide tyres for all 20 Jaguar I-PACE…

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Byton unveil its new EV at CES – 520km range, facial recognition and a 50″ dashboard touchscreen

Chinese startup Byton have unveiled it’s new Smart Intuitive Vehicle (SIV) at CES 2018 and claim it will ‘perceive more than what a human being will ever do.’ From the outside the Byton looks like a fairly standard modern SUV until you look close. Side-view cameras replace side mirrors, face recognition cameras provide user identification…

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What does the electric revolution mean for motorsport? MIA CEO Chris Aylett shares his thoughts

The UK government announcement that ‘by 2040 all vehicles shall be electric’ and petrol and diesel cars will be banned, has prompted many questions as to the effect on motorsport. Industry expert and Motorsport Industry Association (MIA) CEO Chris Aylett shares his views on this hot topic. “Ever since this announcement some question whether this…

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